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Frequency launches the world’s first personal video aggregation platform, and simultaneously launches its first three consumer products built on that platform: for the web, for iPad, and for Smart TVs in partnership with Samsung.
Today, consumers can get video content everywhere on the internet. Videos are found on social networks, media sites and blogs, and new videos covering every subject imaginable are added constantly. Navigating this universe of video to find exactly what consumers want is a challenge. There are many different sites to check, viewers each have their own friends and interests, and want to watch video on many different devices. Now, Frequency makes it simple and easy to discover, watch, and stay up to date with all the video that matters to you.
In a single place, Frequency brings together video from everywhere across the internet, creating custom channels that are updated in real time and can be watched on your computer, on your TV, or on the go. Using Frequency’s intelligent “tuner,” users can tune into just what they want to watch, including big media brands and niche sites, broad categories and specific subjects, video from social networks, and smart channels that learn what users like.
Frequency’s platform includes channels of real-time news, entertainment, sports and video content in hundreds of categories. Combining content from a wide range of news and other sources with videos from users’ social networks, Frequency delivers video in a simple, timely and intelligent way to all the screens in a consumer’s daily life, offering a consistent experience for watching video across all devices. Frequency synchronizes automatically via the cloud, allowing users to move seamlessly from one device to another.
Frequency was developed using insights gained from its initial website-only product, which pioneered aggregation of video from social networks and around the web and has been visited by millions of people over the past year. The result is an unprecedented line of consumer products for all three leading video screens and an industry-leading, patent-pending platform built to support global audiences and that over time will reach every important consumer video device. Frequency is a complete solution that changes the way that people discover and watch video online.
“Frequency brings together, in one powerful and easy-to-use experience, all the great internet video that people want to watch,” said founder and CEO Blair Harrison. “For the first time, every online video a user wants to see is available in one place, and accessible on any device. Frequency is a real time solution that keeps you updated with video news, entertainment, what your friends are sharing and your interests, anytime and anywhere.”
With the launch, Frequency becomes available across three screens: Frequency’s iPad app is available for free in the App Store, Frequency is available on the web at www.frequency.com, and Frequency will be packaged with Samsung, the number one seller of Smart TVs. All three products feature Frequency’s intelligent tuner, which allows users to navigate quickly and easily through branded channels, smart channels, trending topics, and all the video their friends are sharing on social networks. Each product can work alone or seamlessly with the other Frequency products, and videos saved on one device can be watched later on another.
Frequency is headquartered in Los Angeles.
Frequency is a personalized video aggregator, changing the way that people watch what’s happening in their world. Combining video news and entertainment content with videos from a user’s personal social networks, Frequency offers all the online video you want to watch in one simple place, organized by channels that you create. Frequency is available on the web, as an iPad app and on Samsung Smart TV, making it available from wherever you are, anytime you want. Frequency will make channels for you from the sources, topics, and people you care about most. www.frequency.com. @onfrequency
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